Why Realistic Targets Are Vital To Hit

We live in a fast-paced, instant-knowledge based world and we get hit with all sorts of information from all angles and a lot of this is advertising. Let’s face it, wouldn’t it be great for us all to be able to afford the various offers of help for ourselves, our departments and our companies to make our jobs easier and more efficient.

It’s a funny thing, I noticed that everyone is short of time to execute on their function regardless whether working in a multi-national, medium or small enterprise, public sector and even full-time parents.

The common denominator seems to be, enough time to get things done – hence, time management. However, I and fellow industry colleagues have synchronised calendars with organised scheduled meetings and slots for actual production whether that be purchasing, sales, marketing, admin, sourcing, research, scheduling etc. and yet it’s rare to see a level of consistently satisfied winning workers.

Is it because of false expectations by themselves or others of them?

Is it social media noise causing a lack of focus and interrupting thoughts and execution to get things done?

Or is it a management problem setting out unrealistic targets and expectations?

My own conclusion is that we all individually operate at different rhythms and no one person or team has the perfect working structure. Hence, I believe one needs to work in open, honest, safe environments to enable real needs of the business goals and targets to be met, with individuals in the team meeting the expectations.

Having said all this, I still see people scrambling to meet targets on time. I believe the solution is to focus on how to get into the habit of getting targets done completely and with urgency, otherwise time seems to gobble up more time and days and weeks slip by without real results.

At Dynamic Innovations we focus on key customers’ needs and wants in order to deliver meaningful value to our supply partners and endless opportunities we can help you pioneer for new business.

Industrial Symbiosis: Awareness For New Opportunities

The concept and actual business of “another man’s waste is another man’s asset” is much more prevalent today than ever before.

Because of the heightened awareness of the impact the linear waste economy has on the environment, there is a whole evolution of clean energy mining. This is an industry to itself when you consider all the machinery needed to mine the landfills, the specialised automation and processes to separate the variety of waste particles and valuable minerals, the repurposing, recycling and distribution that will feed the new markets for cleaner technologies. This is a lot of manpower internationally.

This industrial symbiosis movement will also feed back into design for the end of use manufacturing cycle. This in itself is another emerging philosophy that needs more knowledge and resourcing. Companies seem to have enough on their plates coping with managing their new responsibility of taking ownership for their end of product reclaiming, dismantling and recycling.

Dynamic Innovations has at its core, people. No matter what real technologies emerge, our ability to innovate and adapt to service new emerging markets is easy once we have the right partner suppliers willing to explore their new niches with their services.

Learning keeps us all energised, so don’t hold back on exploring new futures and verticals for your business to stay relevant.

Dynamic Innovations have serviced semi-conductor, electronics, energy, MedTech, aerospace and a few other sectors and have seen so much change but it seems faster than ever in todays digital world.


Kieron | CEO


We live in a fast-paced, ever-changing world that can take a lot of stars to align before a business soars in the direction of its full potential.

The concept of resilience and persistence on a given course resonated with me as key ingredients to realise the goal. It can be so easy to give up at times or go weak and be swayed in a different direction. Sometimes things outside your control happen that cause doubt but if the goal is true to you as the right goal that will help the company’s future then this is when this quality of reliance needs to kick in.

I myself have learnt to be resilient but I certainly observed my parents’ generation possessing resilience to survive for themselves, their work, family and communities. This makes me think you have to be so self-determined and make decisions for the greater good of what you want to take care of despite the temptation to withdraw when the going gets tough.

I think a great example of resilience are entrepreneurs and professional sports people as they keep going in hail, rain or snow and when they finally breakthrough and win they keep going and repeat the successful action.

I believe everyone has an abundance of resilience once they are committed to something they love as that is the key to keep going.

Dynamic Innovations is committed to helping a select few enterprises scale their business in new markets that will lead to long-term growth. We are committed to doing whatever it takes to make this happen and for the benefit of the not yet known customers also.

Yours Truly,

Kieron Swords

CEO| Dynamic Innovations


What Ranks Most Senior Between People, Process, Technology & Equipment?

Over my career to date I’ve witnessed all sorts of experiences of which leads to real learnings. I’ve seen unbelievable facilities, equipment and technology but they may have lacked execution presence which reflected in lack of real productivity and dedication from the workforce.

I’ve seen some large OEMs with processes for just about everything across the business that stifled the workforce creativity and reflected in lower morale and responsibility.

And some many varieties in between.

At the end of the day the entrepreneurs dream and vision that’s artfully implemented with caring executives and managers reigns supreme to the resources available. People buy into people with passion and purpose and get behind big goals and targets.

As a footnote, I admire the marketing folks that use their creative abilities to imbue the market with the reality that has not yet arrived.

At Dynamic Innovations we help make great companies dreams come a reality.

Kieron, CEO

+353 (87) 137 7434


First Step to identifying your Ideal Contract Manufacturing Partner


With so many manufacturers to choose from, finding the right one is akin to finding a needle in a global haystack especially with all the supply change variables in play at this time.

In order to avoid ending up with the right supplier, the customer must look beyond the supplier presentation and go visit to ask the right questions and perform due diligence. The right process empowers you to avoid errors of judgement which can be costly mistakes.

The first step is the customer looks inward to get crystal clear on what is needed and wanted across the board. You need to know your needs from manufacturing, quality, commercial, legal, financial and culture viewpoint. These are just headings that need broken out into the likes of transparency, planning capacity, agility, commitment, communication and payment terms, stocking levels, spares, reports, capturing admin and so on.

If customers only focus on manufacturing needs and neglect the supportive functions they could find themselves in trouble. The truth is it takes all a full blown organisation to manage a project and the less gaps there are in what the customer needs and the manufacturer has in place the slicked the business relationship with flow to whatever levels of production is required.

Dynamic Innovations works with a select few niche customers to help them identify their ideal supply partners for their niche equipment needs. Dynamic have vast experience dealing between SMEs and multinationals which helps reassure sourcing, procurement and project managers they are with the right manufacturer.

If you have complex equipment or electro-mechanical assemblies you need help with, then contact us to explore our ability to help in an very efficient manner.

Best Regards,


Dynamic Innovations


How Excuses Can Hinder You

Finding the right reason something is not working as opposed to making excuses. Excuses are reasons why one justifies something isn’t happening, but it never leads to the solution.

A simple example we can all recognise: I’m late because the traffic was heavy. How many times have you used this excuse yourself and how many times have you heard it from others? Usually the reasons trace back to staying up too late maybe watching a movie or social media and tired the following morning so it’s all too much of an effort to be on time or even early. So when traffic gets blamed it’s actually an excuse and a lie. When one takes responsibility one spots the real reason they are late and corrects the real reason that causes the situation which leads to being on time.

Recently, I did a SWOT analysis on a project I’m working on and immediately confronted the truth of the weaknesses and threats to all concerned. I know I don’t have the recourses to handle the outpoints immediately but I am happy I am gradually moving in the direction of solving the problems rather than making a very justifiable excuse.

So when you hear someone saying that they have no time to do something, the solution is always work harder and smarter and just get it done. It’s a funny little thing and maybe hard to see but when your problems get doubled one tends to get them done because you just have to find ways to get it all done and your imagination and creativity kicks in.

The side effect is you will feel great and your morale will rise.

Dynamic Innovations creates opportunities for world class, precision manufacturing enterprises and constantly hears excuses from people as to why things are slow, can’t happen etc… The amount of time and money wasted on excuses leads to gross inefficiencies and lower productivity. In Dynamic Innovations we tend to deal with competent customers and supply partners and make no excuses for that.

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Wishing you a great day,

Kieron | CEO

+353 (87) 137 7434